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Jump Start 2018 - Jurassic World - The Eagle Kingdom (Isla Aguila) July 25 & 26, 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

posted Jun 15, 2018, 1:37 PM by Perry Mason   [ updated Jun 15, 2018, 1:38 PM ]



A year after the destruction of the Jurassic World theme park, an adventurous band of future young explorers return to the island of Isla Nublar to investigate what is left of the remaining dinosaurs. 
On their way they stop on a smaller island hidden from the world - Isla Aguila (Eagle Island).  Isla Aguila is an island with the answer to the mysteries of Jurassic World.  The team quickly discovers a plot to set off a volcano that will surely destroy Isla Nublar and make it impossible to have a blockbuster sequel.  Knowing that the eruption may be unavoidable, they must quickly train and protect the island’s species and secrets. They are sure to encounter terrifying new breeds of gigantic dinosaurs such as Bullisaurs and Adolecentus while uncovering a conspiracy that threatens the entire world.


As the next wave of exploders you will have to train fast
and there will be challenges.  You will need to use your deductive abilities and learn how to survive on Isla Aguila for the next two years
.

 

Training Dates:  July 25 & 26 (8:30am – 11:00am)

Purpose:

Related imageWe have just two days to develop you into life-long explorers. You’ll need to learn to trust your crew (fellow students), and how to tame the most savage raptors (how to be successful in middle school).  There may be challenges ahead, but you will all learn how to face them together.          

Some activities:

Icebreakers

Team builders

Scavenger Hunt

Transportation:

The helicopters were destroyed so you will have to arrive by other vessels (buses) to get to Eagle Island.  I have sent a schedule for those traveling by bus, and a map of the Island itself.  If you are using your own transport, we do ask that no one be marooned on the island, so please arrive and depart promptly.  There may still be dangerous predators lurking in the morning so please arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the day’s expeditions. 

 

Upon arrival:

All explorers will report to the research center (cafeteria) to meet their crew.  There, they will be assigned an experienced paleontologist (teacher) and tracker (8th grade student) to complete their training.

 

What to Bring:

You may bring your own supplies (snacks and water). Other equipment will be provided. 

You will be roving about the island, so dress comfortably, but remember our dress code applies anytime our students are on campus.  (No hats, bandanas, visors, flip-flops, or tube/tank tops.  Also, no bare midriffs, no exposed undergarments, or inappropriate slogans on clothing.)  Dinosaurs are attracted to such clothing.   

 

Expectations:

While there will be time for fun, we must maintain discipline at all times.  If we must, we will remove any explorers from the expedition.  Being on time, and working hard as a crew, will ensure that we find the answers to protecting Isla Aguila and the world.

 

Perry “Raptor” Mason, (Principal)

If you have any further question please feel free to call me at 896-6105.  The main school number is 896-6100. 

Welcome to Jurassic World!    

2018 TRANSITION TO MIDDLE SCHOOL

posted Mar 9, 2018, 9:59 AM by Kelli Knox   [ updated Mar 9, 2018, 11:30 AM ]

Welcome! You are on the road to being a Mountain Sky Eagle, and we are looking forward to making the transition for you and your family an easy one. 

We have many events for you to take part in, so take a look at the attached flyer.  If you have any questions, please call (602) 896-6105.

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